Even if his license is suspended due to some aspect of his DWI cases, he should be eligible for what is called an Occupational License, which would allow him to drive for certain "essential" purposes like work, doctor's appointments, etc. You should contact an attorney to assist you in getting him one of these licenses because driving without a valid license could land him a probation violation or a new criminal charge. Good luck to you.
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Because he had 2 contacts within 5 years, he has a hard suspension and does not qualify for an occupational for part of that time. He should contact DPS directly and ask them how long the "hard" suspension" is (which means no occupational.)
There is no way to get the license back, other than an occupational, during the time of suspension. And, if he gets convicted of driving with the suspended license, it will make the time of suspension longer.
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